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SYDNEY AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

NEW ZEALAND PRIZE-TAKERS. SYDNEY, April 6. The Royal Agricultural Show was opened to-day in fine weather, in the presence of a big attendance. Nearly all i sections showed an improvement, both, in the number and quality of exhibits. 1 Collarit carried off first and champion , prizes for thoroughbred stallion. Caffrey and Murphy, of New Zealand, secured the bulk of the awards in the Clydesdale t sections, and in heavy class stallions were j awarded first for two-year-olds with Patrician and first for under two-year-olds; '. first and champion, with Katie, for mares, heavy; and first, with Minnehaha, for mares of the active class. In heavy i class mares, two years. John Small took first and Caffrey and Murphy second.

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SYDNEY AGRICULTURAL SHOW. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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